Giving Back

Johnny Llanes and Drea Labanzat make a delivery to a resident in need. (Courtesy)

Project COVID Care Helps Elderly & Disabled

Violet Metz became concerned in March as grocery store lines grew and local governments issued shelter-in-place orders. “At my age, security is such a huge concern,” said Metz, 81, a McAllen resident. “If I really need something, will I be able to get it?” It was an extraordinary period of time in March going into April as the COVID-19 pandemic set in. The general panic being felt in the community-at-large…

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McAllen Public Library Offers Grab & Go Summer Meals

McAllen Public Library invites the public to pick up a Grab & Go meal bundle as part of the Summer Feeding Program. The imitative…

Port of Brownsville Awards High School Graduates Scholarships

Thirty-two local high school graduating seniors will receive $1,000 scholarships from the Brownsville Navigation District. The inaugural Port of Brownsville program helps deserving students…
Brownsville

Pharr EDC Launches Grant Program for Businesses

The Pharr Economic Development Corporation is helping businesses…
Pharr

Solidarity & Unity Needed to Contain COVID

Yolanda Carrillo and her staff of chaplains at hospitals in the Rio…
Brownsville

Getting Stuff Done To Help Those In Need

A nonprofit executive like Traci Wickett has connections everywhere in…
Brownsville